Don Geronimo Net Worth

Don Geronimo Net Worth : $2 Million

Profile

An American Radio Personality

Nationality

American

Source of Wealth

Radio

Years of Experience

46 Years

Date of Birth

18 September 1958

Education

Completed graduation from Hononegah Community High School

Marital Status

Married

Children

2

Don Geronimo’s Income & Total Net Worth

Don Geronimo, with a net worth of $2 million, is an American radio personality. He gathered his net worth being a successful radio host. Don, commonly known as Michael L. Sorce served as a host for the radio show named ‘Don and Mike Show’. He is presently hosting radio show titled “The Don Geronimo Show” on CBS Radio. He holds the position of program director for 1140 The Fan KHTK. He serves as the member of Screen Actors Guild. Apart from his radio career, he has been featured in various TV series, like Babylon 5, King of Queens, and The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.

Properties: Private Fortune

Don Geronimo owned a luxurious villa at 10612 Allenwood Lane in Great Falls. This mansion is spread over at 3 acres of area. The mansion includes magnificent features, like a well-furnished outdoor kitchen with large gas grill, 4 bedrooms, exercise room, unfinished storage room, tanning room, a swimming pool, two wet bars, and other finest features.

Presently, he owns a lavish mansion in Stockton, California.

Don Geronimo’s Career

Don Geronimo was born on 18 September 1958 in the United States of America. At the age of 13, he started his career in radio. He went to Rockville, Maryland to work for AM station WINX, which is now changed to a Spanish- language music station. During his early career, he worked at various local stations. Although he was fired from each place due to not having an authorized broadcasting license from FCC. He moved to WBBM-FM to host an evening show. In 1985, he returned to Washington D.C. and served as a host for afternoon shows at WAVA. Ultimately, he acquired the license through forgery. With this, he secured a position at WLS-FM in Chicago. He was selected as the midday host of The Fan 1140 KHTK (AM). He makes occasional appearances on the “Good Day Sacramento” show.

  • Television Appearances: Don has been featured in various TV series, namely The King of Queens, Babylon 5, and The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. He served as a co-host with Marty Bass for WJZ-TV, to cover the Baltimore Ravens games.

He retired from his radio show on 4 February 2004. After two months of retirement, he surprisingly returned to air on a small and separately owned radio station, named WOCM.